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Week 15 29th June - 3rd July

Monday 29th June English - Imaginary Fred by Eoin Colfer & Oliver Jeffers

Did you know that if the conditions are just right, and if you add a little electricity, or magic, or luck, that an imaginary friend might appear when you need one? An imaginary friend like...Fred.


Fred is an imaginary friend who floats like a feather in the clouds, waiting for a lonely child to wish him into existence. He is a faithful companion, providing friendship, comfort and ultimately the confidence to seek real friends. Once this happens, Fred begins to fade until the wind whisks him back into the clouds to await the call from another lonely child. 

When he is summoned by Sam, Fred has never been so happy. Calling themselves the Dramatic Duo, the pair have great fun together, acting out plays, reading books, even figuring out how the toilet works.

There is a reading of it here:


Have a think about either a real friend, an imaginary friend or Imaginary Fred. Imagine your friend or Imaginary Fred is coming to stay at your house. Can you:

  • write a set of instructions to your family on how to look after your friend.


  • write a set of instructions / recipe on how to be the perfect friend.

(Remember the layout of instructional writing and your imperative verbs).

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Science - Week 15 Food Investigations


Try some of the food investigations at home. There are different ones to choose from with the instructions too. You could try the edible slime or the bouncy eggs. You can do these any time. Try to predict what you think might happen, observe and identify scientific changes and think about if the changes can be reversed back again or not.

Be careful if you are going to use heat or sharp equipment – You will need adult supervision.

Art - Week 15 - Mayan & Aztec Art